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fifty-fifty
Nov 3rd, 2011, 10:58 PM
http://thestir.cafemom.com/in_the_news/127465/women_who_raped_17_men?utm_medium=sem2&utm_campaign=outbrain&utm_source=outbrain&utm_content=outbrain



Admit it -- when you hear the term serial rapist, you tend to picture a man, right? But in Zimbabwe, a trio of women in their 20s are being charged for sex attacks of 17 men. When their car was involved in an accident on Friday, police found the women -- Rosemary Chakwizira, 24, Sophie Nhokwara, 26, and her sister, Netsai Nhokwara, 24 -- had a stash of 33 condoms containing semen. Ughhhh. I know!

It seems the women had been targeting male hitchhikers over the past two years, either giving them a drink with a tranquilizer or raping them at gunpoint. Terrifying! And 17 men have come forward to positively identify the three women as having raped them, so it's not just like one or two guys are telling some cockamamie story. Yeeesh. At first glimpse, you might think these women are a.) out of their minds and committed these rapes as a string of senseless acts, or b.) one of them was a totally wacko ringleader forcing the other two to go along for the ride.

But, I'm not so sure. It seems like they all had an ulterior motive.

CNN spoke with a professor of sociology at the University of Zimbabwe who said:

Some sections of the society use these sperm for ritual purposes. The thinking is that it can be used for regeneration of life since they are source of life (biologically). Some people think that they can have their bad luck gone by using semen. I am sure that explains all this we have been witnessing (men being forced).

Not that this makes what the women did any less horrifying or completely wrong, but hey, at least there's an explanation. It's still mind-boggling, because how on earth could anyone think they'd be able to rid themselves of bad luck by committing these acts? But clearly, there was something going on here -- with these women's beliefs and/or mental health -- that we just can't understand. Motive aside, these women obviously need to know what they did was totally abhorrent and should face serious punishment. The same as anyone else who had committed these crimes, male or female. Hopefully they will be brought to justice, which might bring their victims at least some peace of mind.

Are you outraged by what these women did?

Darop.
Nov 3rd, 2011, 11:06 PM
How do you force someone to have an erection and ejaculate?
Me thinks the guys didn't dislike it that much :hehehe: (sorry, bad joke. This whole story is weird.)

ranfurly
Nov 4th, 2011, 02:17 AM
Are you outraged by what these women did?

Sounds kinky more than outraged, I wish my girlfriend held me at gun point and demanded a light tickle.

miffedmax
Nov 4th, 2011, 03:06 AM
Coerced sex is coerced sex. Would you argue that a straight man--or a gay man--should enjoy homosexual rape if he had an orgasm?

Lena's bangs.

VeeJJ
Nov 4th, 2011, 03:46 AM
Coerced sex is coerced sex. Would you argue that a straight man--or a gay man--should enjoy homosexual rape if he had an orgasm?

Lena's bangs.

Voice of Reason and Logic.

delicatecutter
Nov 4th, 2011, 04:03 AM
I'm of the mindset that it's impossible for a woman to rape a man. Unless guns are involved, that is.

moby
Nov 4th, 2011, 05:47 AM
Coerced sex is coerced sex. Would you argue that a straight man--or a gay man--should enjoy homosexual rape if he had an orgasm?

Lena's bangs.Besides even if the victim were to enjoy it on some level (which is not an outrageous possibility), it doesn't make the act any more right.

Apoleb
Nov 4th, 2011, 06:13 AM
Coerced sex is coerced sex. Would you argue that a straight man--or a gay man--should enjoy homosexual rape if he had an orgasm?

Lena's bangs.

But in these acts there is forcible penetration.

Forcing someone to penetrate you or to masturbate doesn't involve nearly the same level of trauma, which I'm guessing is what happened here. (unless the girls were really ugly :tape:).

LeRoy.
Nov 4th, 2011, 07:26 AM
^ you know that is coming from the personal experience of our very own, Ms. Power Bottom.

:tape:

Mistress of Evil
Nov 4th, 2011, 08:00 AM
that's vile :crying2:

Otlichno
Nov 4th, 2011, 08:06 AM
That's just so wrong! :hysteric: I chuckled slightly when I read it though. :facepalm: I can't even imagine it happening. :lol:

Darop.
Nov 4th, 2011, 12:23 PM
Coerced sex is coerced sex. Would you argue that a straight man--or a gay man--should enjoy homosexual rape if he had an orgasm?

Lena's bangs.

No, but there is difference. If you rape a woman in the vagina or a mas in the ass (sorry I'm so vulgar, but it's for clarity's sake) you're forcing an orifice and causing trauma. If you make a man have an erection, and he's in a tranquil enough state of mind to have a complete erection and ejaculate... well.... it's different.

Otlichno
Nov 4th, 2011, 12:35 PM
Actually, it makes biological sense.

The sympathetic nervous system is used during stress, it is used during the flight-or-fight response. I do believe if you are at gunpoint, the flight-or-fight response would take over.

The sympathetic nerve impulses result in many changes in body organs, which includes promoting ejaculation.

Doesn't make it seem any more right to me, but that's pretty much what should happen. :lol:

Apoleb
Nov 4th, 2011, 12:43 PM
Actually, it makes biological sense.

The sympathetic nervous system is used during stress, it is used during the flight-or-fight response. I do believe if you are at gunpoint, the flight-or-fight response would take over.

The sympathetic nerve impulses result in many changes in body organs, which includes promoting ejaculation.

Doesn't make it seem any more right to me, but that's pretty much what should happen. :lol:

Point and Shoot. The Parasympathetic is for erection, and the Sympathetic for ejaculation. :p So fight/flight response shouldn't make you more prone for an erection, it's the opposite. Having said that, if someone put a gun to your head, you will find a way to get an erection. It's still traumatic obviously, but it can't be at the same level of forcible penetration as in most cases of rape.

Otlichno
Nov 4th, 2011, 12:51 PM
Point and Shoot. :hysteric:

But you're right, it's rape one way or another, but forcible penetration should be more traumatic.

*JR*
Nov 4th, 2011, 06:00 PM
How do you force someone to have an erection and ejaculate?
Me thinks the guys didn't dislike it that much :hehehe: (sorry, bad joke. This whole story is weird.)

Can you get your bella compatriot to rape me? :p

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